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Providers of the Future Showcase Event 19 th November 2008 Health & Social Care In Touch Care Jo North Executive Director
To set the scene A Virtual Tour of In Touch Care The Impact of Learning Innovation Grants (LIGS 1,2 & 3) Speed Dating
Learner Benefits (1) Learners Recruitment Assessment Learning Culture Range Schools Progression Motivational Retention Employed In Centre
Learner Benefits (2) Learners Support Success Showcase Range Awards Pre-16 Geographical World Skills Teacher Training Publicity Qualifications Progression
Positive Impact on In Touch Care (1) In Touch Care Staff Profile Contracts Growth Learners Employers
Positive Impact on In Touch Care (2) In Touch Care Efficiency Awards Publicity Partnerships Inspections Effectiveness
Speed Dating Providers
Contact Details firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Tel: 0114 2633889 – Jo North 0114 2633886 – Andy Taylor 0114 2633880 – Reception Website: http://www.intouchcare.co.uk
Refugees & asylum seekers volunteering – experiences & outcomes at Northern Refugee Centre Juan Varela Volunteer Befriending Scheme Worker.
Championing Young Peoples Learning Foundation Learning Regional Briefing David Sangster Policy Manager (FL) Championing Young Peoples Learning.
Developing a Pathway to Employment for Roma Stephen Brooks, Glasgow Development Agency & Andy McArthur, Social Marketing Gateway.
The Economics Network What we can do for you John Sloman, Rebecca Taylor and Inna Pomorina.
National Qualification Group Awards Conference 25 January 2008.
Computer- Assisted Assessment Team of 14 Based on both sites Includes project managers and learning technologists Broad base of expertise and experience.
Raising standards, improving lives UCET annual conference Developing Inspection Christine Gilbert, HMCI 9 November 2009.
RGU: CAREERS CENTRE LOG IN TO YOUR FUTURE:
Jeff Goodman, Director, Careers Advisory Service Tracy Johnson, Skills Development Officer Employer-led approaches to employability University of Plymouth,
Higher Apprenticeship in Leadership & Management 19 October 2012 Matthew Street Interim Head of Development.
Seminar 2 - Employer Responsiveness Employer Views (Satisfaction, Responsiveness) Amount of Training (Train to Gain, Apprenticeships, Bespoke) Training.
Supporting managers: assessment and the learner journey
Develop Basic Skills through Citizenship learning Tuesday 3rd February 2009.
Session title : Apprenticeships in PE and School Sport Deliverers: Jill Eaton Jo Pountney Clare McCawley.
Multiple strands of activity to benefit us all Jocelyn Wyburd and Adrian Armstrong, University of Manchester.
Professional Training Partnership “the new generation of training ” Message from John R Savage Director NFPC and Chairman BFPA Education and Training Committee.
UVAC Annual Conference 2013 A model for the development of work-based progression routes Dr Alison Felce Miss Sandra Perks.
Fiona Lamb 1 Royal Academy of Engineering 16 September 2010.
Internationalising equality, equalising internationalisation Equality Challenge Unit Conference Kathryn Eade
SUPPORT and BENEFITS TO MICRO and SMALL BUSINESSES.
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